New York University, LL.M., Taxation, 2005; Graduate Editor, Tax Law Review
Duke University, J.D., 2003
Duke University, B.A., cum laude, 1998
Seth Huffstetler is a corporate attorney who focuses on mergers and acquisitions, joint ventures, corporate governance and general corporate matters.
He has represented:
- A private equity fund in its acquisition of a company that operates a money market fund portal.
- A private company in its acquisition of three affiliated companies in the wholesale insurance brokerage industry for cash and equity.
- A private company in its financed acquisition of a closed loop card manufacturer.
- A commercial real estate developer in the disposition of a $650 million portfolio of projects through one integrated corporate transaction.
- A private textile company in its acquisition by the company's employee stock ownership plan.
- High Point Bank Corporation in its merger with BNC Bancorp.
- The special committee of the board of directors of First Citizens Bancorporation in the company's merger into First Citizens BancShares
- A private holding company in the tax-free split-off of a manufacturing business to a group of the holding company's shareholders.
Represented a private company in connection with a $2.3 billion recapitalization involving an investment by a Canadian pension fund and an amendment to existing credit facilities.
Represented a private construction insurance broker in its joint venture with a publicly traded retail insurance broker.
Represented a private company in its acquisition of a wholesale insurance broker for cash and equity.
Represented a private country club in its acquisition by a private owner and operator of golf clubs.
Represented a private manufacturing company in its acquisition by a competitor.
Represented an operator of retirement communities in the sale of eight communities to National Health Investors, Inc. for $476 million.
Represented a hospital authority in a joint venture with an unaffiliated 501(c)(3) entity to develop, own and lease a new, approximately 177,000-square-foot facility that will house a 40-bed long-term acute care hospital and a 29-bed rehabilitation hospital.
Represented the shareholders of a private North Carolina company in requesting a special meeting and conducting a proxy contest to replace the incumbent board of directors.
Represented a leading military supplier of goggles, sunglasses and eye shields in an acquisition by a worldwide designer and manufacturer of premium sunglasses and other optics products.
Represented a North Carolina company with over-the-counter traded stock in its recapitalization through a reverse stock split.
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- April 10, 2008
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- American Bar Association, Business Law Section, Taxation Section
- North Carolina Bar Association, Business Law Section, Tax Section